1960 Chevrolet El Camino
The owner states: "A little history about this 1960 El Camino. I found this car in the early 1990 in Ogden, Utah. The original owner had died and left the car to her niece. It had 65,000 original miles on it. I have pictures of the original owner, a lady, standing with it on the day she brought it home in 1960. She was the little old lady who would just drive it to the store and back. She took one trip in it to California and has the original 60s decal in the window of Death Valley, Yosemite National Park and other California related decals. On the way there, she had some problems with it in Bakers, CA and the dealership there repaired it under warranty. I have most all of the oil change receipts and repair receipts up to the time that I bought it. It is all original, has never been in an accident and there is no rust anywhere. It still had the factory issued bias ply tires on it when I bought it! Sometime in the 70's, the original owner was at the grocery store and someone keyed the driver's side from front to back. She had this repaired and, to my knowledge, this is the only body repair done on the car. it has a Chevy straight six engine in it. A manual transmission - 3 on the tree - with overdrive. This car runs and drives excellently. I have put some stock looking radial tires on it since I have owned it."